From our many discussions with Denver-based dispensaries, compliance with Colorado’s METRC regulatory system continues to be a challenge. We’ve heard of countless issues, from the system being down to the lack of integration between a company’s seed-to-sale software and the state system. All of these equal a constant headache for dispensary owners and employees, and a real financial burden.
One of the most well-known problems is API integration with METRC. Currently, the business’s internal tracking system must generate a formatted CSV document. This document then gets imported into the regulatory platform. Often unexpected things happen and the company must devote man hours to resolving the synchronization problems. As the frustration grows, some dispensaries will have an employee manage METRC and skip the importing process altogether. Obviously, this is not the optimal use of man hours when the systems should just work.
My team and I are building a point-of-sale system for retail dispensaries that does compliance integration right. Manifests, packages, and transactions are meticulously tracked and organized, so your retail records match what the state is seeing. Our system reconciles the inconsistencies between METRC and your business.
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